History of the Pacific
About the Course:
Peoples, cultures, social systems, politics, and economics of the islands of the Pacific. Prehistory, early contacts with outside peoples, colonial regimes, the transformation of colonialism, and recent developments. Contemporary issues including regional cooperation, neocolonialism, and emigration.
A prior course in history.
Documents:View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Paul Spickard
Schedule of Courses
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